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Karl Schmude: Christmas and the Cathedral

One Christmas Day an unhappy French teenager walked into the Cathedral of Notre Dame in Paris.  He came to High Mass, more out of...

Leaders laud Amy Coney Barrett

Legal scholar and judge is of "exemplary character" say US Catholic bishops, academics, and policy experts.

Re-igniting the Ignatian heart: a Jesuit comes to Notre Dame

“God always speaks to us in the present tense, with direct truth and indicative mood”… while Satan “the enemy of our true human nature”...

The Pompiers and the Cross

Family friends in Paris live in an apartment just short of the corner where the Boulevard St Germain reaches the Seine. It is on...

Editorial: From fire and blood the faith rises

A fire guts a world-famous cathedral. On the other side of the world fanatics slaughter hundreds. Are the two things related? Two events of the...

French Catholicism after the Notre Dame conflagration

The blackened walls and ashes of Notre Dame carry many memories for Australians, pilgrims and tourists who have visited and prayed in the great...

Sydney archbishop sends message of support to France

By The Catholic Weekly and CNS Archbishop of Sydney Anthony Fisher OP has written to the Archbishop of Paris Michel Aupetit, conveying his prayers and...
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